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Sliff 2014 Interview: Katie Mustard – Producer And Women in Film Award Recipient

17 November 2014 7:56 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The recipient of the 2014 St. Louis International Film Festival’s Women in Film Award is producer Katie Mustard.

Mustard has two feature films screening at Sliff – Growing Up And Other Lies and I Believe In Unicorns.

She joins previous Women in Film Award winners Yvonne Welbon, Barbara Hammer, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Marsha Hunt, Ry Russo-Young, Pamela Yates, Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg, and Nina Davenport.

Directors Darren Grodsky & Danny Jacobs Growing Up And Other Lies stars Adam Brody (The O.C.), Josh Lawson (House of Lies), Wyatt Cenac (The Daily Show), Amber Tamblyn (Two and a Half Men). After living for years as a struggling artist in New York City, Jake is calling it quits and returning home to Ohio. On his last day in the city, he persuades his three oldest friends to help him retrace their greatest adventure together: a walk down the entire length of Manhattan. The film shows Sat. »

- Michelle McCue

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Friday Box Office: Ouija Pulls Off Halloween Win Over Nightcrawler

1 November 2014 10:17 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

When Halloween falls on a Friday you can bet the box office will be pretty underwhelming.  With all major studios avoiding the date, Open Road Films’ Nightcrawler was expected to take first place by default.  The R-rated drama earned an estimated $3.2 million yesterday, including $515,000 from Thursday p.m. previews.  That puts it on track for about $13 million - and first place – this weekend, but it wasn’t enough to overcome horror-holdover Ouija on Halloween.  Last weekend’s number one film trailed Fury and John Wick all last week but returned to first place yesterday with an estimated $3.5 million from 2,899 locations.  That’s down 58% from its first Friday - an astonishingly good hold for most horror movies, let alone one that both critics and audiences have savaged. Full story after the jump. It might seem logical that Ouija, the only scary movie playing on a date devoted to scary movies, would »

- Nicole Pedersen

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The Blair Witch Project 15 years on: The horror movie that changed everything

22 October 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

1999 seems so far away now. At the fag end of the millennium, it was the year that gave us Stanley Kubrick's posthumous final opus, Britney Spears's first album and Hugh Grant playing the iconic Time Lord in a Doctor Who Comic Relief special. That wretched song 'Blue' by Eiffel 65 was violating our ears. It also saw a micro-budget (reportedly $35k) film creep into UK cinemas on October 22 and change the horror genre forever. The debate rages on whether that was for better or worse.

The Blair Witch Project's financial rewards were huge, with the film grossing $10,931 for every $1 spent according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Yet its cultural impact was arguably more staggering. In an age when the Internet was in its mass-market infancy and mobile phones were a luxury bearing the game Snake, it was felt that the horror genre had nothing new »

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Box Office: Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’ Edges Out ‘Book of Life,’ ‘Gone Girl’

19 October 2014 7:53 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Brad Pitt and a squadron of up-and-coming actors held off “Gone Girl” at the multiplexes this weekend as “Fury” topped box office charts with a $23.5 million debut.

Despite surrendering first place after two weeks wearing the crown, “Gone Girl” showed some impressive stamina. David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling mystery dropped just 32% to $17.8 million. Its total now stands at $107.1 million and is striking distance of surpassing “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” ($127.5 million) as Fincher’s highest-grossing domestic release. Water cooler effect achieved.

“It’s one of those movies that it’s so provocative that if you haven’t seen it yet, you have to in order to be part of the conversation,” said Chris Aronson, distribution chief at 20th Century Fox, the studio behind “Gone Girl.” “It’s as simple as that.”

In a sign that adults are returning to theaters after sitting out the summer popcorn season, »

- Brent Lang

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New Image Of Alicia Vikander In Blade Runner-Like Sci-Fi Ex Machina

16 September 2014 3:11 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Traditionally speaking, January is considered the dumping ground in cinematic circles; a proverbial graveyard in which studios send projects that are deemed to be not up to scratch. Films such as Contraband and The Devil Inside are perhaps the most notable examples of late, but with the wholly rebooted The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Paul Thomas Andreson’s Inherent Vice and Ex Machina on course to release in January, 2015, this year could very well be the exception.

The latter of which is certainly one that’s peaked our interest. Coming by way of Alex Garland — British screenwriter behind 28 Days Later and 2012’s beloved Dredd reboot — Ex Machina is an existential thriller that centres around artificial intelligence and, thanks to Swedish website Moviezine, we now have our first look at Alicia Vikander’s A.I. character.

Ex Machina also stars two actors that currently have roles in another in-development sci-fi that goes »

- Michael Briers

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Update: Int’l Box Office: ‘Apes’ Dawns In China With $47M; ‘Into The Storm’ Whips Up Korea #1; ‘Lucy’ Crosses $150M; More

31 August 2014 9:02 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

3Rd Update, 9:02 Pm Pt: International box office was even with last weekend across the Top 10 studio releases with Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes the big gorilla thanks to a strong China opening. Lucy was also in on the action again this frame with a cumulative $31.2M in Universal and EuropaCorp territories. Compared to last year, the session was up 39%. Players at that time included Elysium, One Direction: This Is Us and The Conjuring, with Monsters University adding another $10M in China.

Along with Apes this weekend in China, How To Train Your Dragon 2 was a strong performer and is expected to take the No. 2 spot with $6.3M in frame 3. After a period that saw a focus on boosting local movies, the market is now getting a steady influx of Hollywood titles – Expendables 3 opens there tomorrow (Monday) and Into The Storm blows in on Sept 12. Also in Asia, »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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Wer Review

24 August 2014 3:05 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

A “found footage” horror movie about werewolves? From the guys behind The Devil InsideBear with me, I promise there’s a light at the end of this topsy-turvy tunnel.

Where The Exorcism Of Emily Rose attempts to weigh demonic possession against mental illness, Wer calls upon the same judicial storytelling by putting a suspected werewolf on trial in hopes of proving innocence through physical ailments. Playing out like a faux-documentary, most of the film is spent watching a sassy lawyer defender her furry client, condemning a case riddled with inconsequential evidence that only the worst investigation could slum together, but a shockingly invigorated third act changes at the rising of a full moon. Writer/Director William Brent Bell and co-writer Matthew Peterman’s previous film, The Devil Inside, crumbles under the weight of vapid storytelling and an absolutely insulting ending, but these rejuvenated artists refuse to wander the same joyless road a second time. »

- Matt Donato

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Watch: New 'Amityville: The Awakening' Trailer

22 August 2014 12:21 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

The first trailer for the latest reboot of the Amityville Horror franchise has arrived, this time with the title Amityville: The Awakening as we witness the story of a mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh) of three that moves into the Amityville house only to quickly learn of the darkness that lurks within. Dimension has set a January 2, 2015 release date for the picture, which isn't necessarily a sign of quality, but simply a sign their hoping to take advantage of that early year release slot that has proven to be a decent starting point for horror films as of late, most notably The Devil Inside, which brought in over $100 million worldwide back in 2012. Give the trailer a watch and let me know if you see the same kind of success in this film's future. Belle, her little sister, and her comatose twin brother move into a new house with their single »

- Brad Brevet

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Wer Now Howling on VOD

19 August 2014 11:29 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The new flick from the makers of the much reviled film The Devil Inside, entitled Wer, is coming home on DVD via Universal on September 23rd; but you can now head on over to your preferred VOD provider and find it waiting for you.

A.J. Cook ("Criminal Minds"), Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside), Vik Sahay ("Chuck"), and Brian J. O’Connor (Epic Movie) round out the main cast of the werewolf flick directed by William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside).

Steven Schneider, producer of The Devil Inside, The Tall Man and the Paranormal Activity films, produced with Matthew Peterman (who wrote the screenplay) and Morris Paulson through their production company Prototype. Robert Hall and his Almost Human Inc. tackled the makeup and visual effects for Wer.

Synopsis

Following the brutal slaying of an American family vacationing in rural France, a peculiar man living near the crime scene is blindly charged with their murders. »

- Steve Barton

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Ed Harris joins Westworld in villainous role

11 August 2014 10:50 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Westworld finds its baddie in the shape of the mighty Ed Harris...

As production looms for the pilot episode of HBO’s televisual Westworld adaptation, the cast continues to grow. When you have to create a whole creepy theme park and fill it with people, a large cast is to be expected.

Last week we brought you the news that Jeffrey Wright (Boardwalk Empire), Rodrigo Santoro (both 300 movies and Dominion), Shannon Woodward (Raising Hope), Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Hercules), Angela Srafyan (The Good Guys) and Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside) were all joining Anthony Hopkins on the show. Cyclops himself, James Marsden, also joined the ranks yesterday (although Film Divider had revealed his involvement some time ago).

Ed Harris has now been added to the mix, too. The actor, famous for roles in A Beautiful Mind, The Abyss, Apollo 13 and many more, will take on the part of The Man In Black, »

- rleane

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B Grade For ‘Turtles': What CinemaScores Mean And Why Exit Polling Matters

9 August 2014 8:54 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

This weekend, Paramount’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is opening strong with a possible $65M+ three-day haul … and a B CinemaScore. Meanwhile, The Hundred-Foot Journey is opening in fourth place — but with an A CinemaScore from its core audience. And last week, CinemaScore began putting its scores out on Twitter and Facebook (via Denver-based Social Media Energy). In other words, after the exit polls, audiences around the country now will be able to see a film’s CinemaScore, telling the world what its core audience thought of the film on Friday night. In a tweet.

Related: Box Office Shell-Shock: $65M For ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

If you look at the breakdowns — and this was not provided to Deadline by CinemaScore — Turtles garnered an A from moviegoers under 18 and a C+ from the 25- to 35-year-olds who grew up watching the Turtles on Saturday morning cartoons years ago. For those under »

- Anita Busch

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Six More Join HBO's Westworld Series

7 August 2014 11:23 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Currently in the works over at HBO is a series adaptation of Westworld, a 1973 film written and directed by Michael Crichton. As shooting readies for the pilot episode, a whopping six new actors have joined the cast, and we've got all the latest info for you today.

Per TV Line, Jeffrey Wright (pictured; "Boardwalk Empire"), Rodrigo Santoro ("Lost"), and Shannon Woodward ("Raising Hope") have joined the sci-fi drama pilot. Additionally, Ingrid Bolso Berdal (Hercules), Angela Sarafyan (The Good Guys), and Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside) have been added to the ensemble.

As previously announced, Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood will also star in the series, revolving around a futuristic theme park where robots go berserk and attack the guests

Hopkins is set to play Dr. Robert Ford, the brilliant, taciturn, and complicated creative director, chief programmer, and chairman of the board of Westworld, who has an uncompromising creative vision »

- John Squires

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HBO Adds Six More to the Cast of Westworld

7 August 2014 7:32 AM, PDT | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Almost one year ago word broke that HBO was planning an adaptation of Michael Crichton's "Westworld" from Bad Robot's J.J. Abrams and Jonah Nolan. Now, TVLine reports that six more have joined the cast of the film, including Jeffrey Wright ("Boardwalk Empire"), Rodrigo Santoro ("Lost"), Shannon Woodward ("Raising Hope"), Ingrid Bolso Berdal (Hercules), Angela Sarafyan (The Good Guys) and Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside). »

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HBO Drama Pilot Westworld Recruits Its Wider Cast

7 August 2014 3:48 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Following the news that J.J. Abrams’ rather appropriately named Bad Robot would be moving ahead with a TV adaptation of Westworld, we now have official confirmation of the wider cast that will be joining lead stars Sir Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood in the troubled tourist attraction. The iconic movie that was released in 1973 was written and directed by Michael Crichton, and centred on a western-themed amusement park operated by humanoid robots that malfunction. This TV adaptation will present an alternative take on that premise, and with the cast list lengthening, the production is now gathering momentum.

Jeffrey Wright (Boardwalk Empire) will star as Bernard Lowe – Head of the theme park’s Programming Division. Alongside that character will be Shannon Woodward (Raising Hope), playing Elsie King – a talented member of the Programming Division who is headed for great things, and works to identify problematic behaviours among the park’s hosts. »

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More cast members announced for Westworld TV show

6 August 2014 10:55 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Boardwalk Empire, 300 and Hercules stars will be joining Anthony Hopkins in the TV take on Westworld...

Tis the season to reveal your pilot episode cast. Yesterday we learnt who’d be starring in the Scream TV adaptation, and today we’ve heard who’ll be visiting Westworld in the TV remake’s pilot.

There are some surprisingly sizeable names in there, too. Jeffrey Wright of Boardwalk Empire will play Bernard Low, described as “the brilliant and quixotic head of the park’s Programming Division,” while Rodrigo Santoro (both 300 movies and Dominion) will be Harlan Bell, “Westworld’s perennial Most Wanted bandit.”

Shannon Woodward of Raising Hope has been cast as “a sardonic rising star in the programming division,” while Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Hercules) plays “a savage fighter and brutal bandit” and The Good Guys’ Angela Srafyan has signed up for the role of “one of Westworld’s most popular attractions” Clementine Pennyfeather. »

- rleane

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Pilot Scoop: HBO's Westworld Adds 6 Actors, Including Alums of Lost, Raising Hope and Boardwalk Empire

6 August 2014 5:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Westworld is expanding.

Boardwalk Empire‘s Jeffrey Wright, Lost‘s Rodrigo Santoro and Raising Hope‘s Shannon Woodward have joined HBO’s sci-fi drama pilot from exec producers J.J. Abrams, Jerry Weintraub and Bryan Burk and writers Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy.

Additionally, Ingrid Bolso Berdal (Hercules), Angela Sarafyan (The Good Guys) and Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside) have been added to the ensemble.

Related HBO Execs Talk Thrones‘ Future — Plus: True Detective, Curb, Boardwalk Updates

Inspired by Michael Crichton’s 1973 movie of the same name, Westworld revolves around a futuristic theme park where robots go berserk and attack the guests. »

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'Hunger Games,' 'Raising Hope' actors join HBO's 'Westworld'

6 August 2014 5:00 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

HBO’s Westworld is filling out its cast. The sci-fi drama series from producers J.J. Abrams and Jerry Weintraub has enlisted actors from The Hunger Games saga, Fox’s Raising Hope, and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, among others.

The six new hires join previously cast stars Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood. The pilot is based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 film set in a futuristic theme park where androids fulfill dark human desires. Below are the actors and their official role descriptions from producer Warner Bros., which provide more description about the show than what’s been released previously. »

- James Hibberd

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‘Alien Abduction’ fails to find a purpose

26 July 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Alien Abduction

Written by Robert Lewis

Directed by Matty Beckerman

USA, 2014

Let me start this review by destroying my credibility: I actually like found footage horror movies. No, like’s too weak a word; I love them. I actively seek out every one of them I can find. Whenever a new one comes up on Netflix, VOD, or in the theaters, I can’t help but be a bit giddy. At least once a month, I check IMDb or other film sites for lists of the things, hoping to stumble across a new one I haven’t seen. I know this puts me in an undistinguished minority of critics, but I can’t help it; something about the way they use perspective, the way they tell their stories, the treatment of the camera as a subjective character, it just works for me, and it works with what I find frightening. »

- Michelle

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New Wer Trailer in the News

23 July 2014 11:12 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We told you earlier the new flick from the makers of the much reviled film The Devil Inside, entitled Wer, is coming home on DVD via Universal on September 23rd, and right now we have the artwork and a new trailer for you to start barking at!

A.J. Cook ("Criminal Minds"), Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside), Vik Sahay ("Chuck"), and Brian J. O’Connor (Epic Movie) round out the main cast of the werewolf flick directed by William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside).

Steven Schneider, producer of The Devil Inside, The Tall Man and the Paranormal Activity films, produced with Matthew Peterman (who wrote the screenplay) and Morris Paulson through their production company Prototype. Robert Hall and his Almost Human Inc. tackled the makeup and visual effects for Wer.

Synopsis

Following the brutal slaying of an American family vacationing in rural France, a peculiar man living near the crime scene »

- Steve Barton

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‘Hellbenders’ Review

21 July 2014 5:00 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Clifton Collins, Clancy Brown, Andre Royo, Robyn Rikoon, Macon Blair, Stephen Gevedon, Larry Fessenden, Dan Fogler | Written and Directed by J.T. Petty

Let me begin this review by stating this is most-definitely not your typical horror fare; something audiences will realise a mere five minutes into this raucous, sure-to-be-cult-hit, movie. Written and directed by J.T. Petty, who also penned the graphic novel on which this is based, Hellbenders is a genre-bending horror comedy that is most akin to Don Coscarelli’s recent movie John Dies at the End. If I had to narrow the analogy down I’d say Hellbenders is best described as The Exorcist meets Ghostbusters by way of Don Coscarelli and [early] Kevin Smith

Sound interesting? Then go out and buy it. Trust me. The rest of you? Let me try and convince you why you should spend your hard-earned cash on this little indie horror that could. »

- Phil Wheat

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